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Christmas Day Places to Eat

The final weeks of December are a celebration marathon of travel, friends, family, food, fun, and drinks. Keep yourself going by having someone else take care of the Christmas meal this year.


The Russian Tea Room

 Think classic New York vibes: Historic art deco design and a list of well known guests over the decades. This iconic space will be serving a special four-course Christmas Day menu. Reservations available. Make sure to check out their New Years' Eve menu too! 


River Cafe

Level up Christmas with a dinner jacket and a Michelin Star. Their December 25th menu is to die for - Christmas Goose, foie gras, scallops, gnocchi and truffles with a river front view and the Brooklyn Bridge. 



Nothing says Christmas like a hibachi grill dinner show. No honey hams this year.


Serafina Osteria

Serafina has multiple locations but we’re vibing on this location steps away from Park Central Hotel in Manhattan with view. For the holiday on Saturday additional items have been added to the menu including a Panettone dessert.


Harvest Kitchen

Start your Christmas weekend with a brunch reservation. The menu has something for everyone: kimchi fried rice, slow-roasted pork tacos, ricotta pancakes, and custom frittatas. Make sure to call for a reservation and if their brunch menu doesn’t hit the spot, they are doing a Christmas Day menu as well.


Bobo (Christmas Eve)

Maybe you want to sleep in on Christmas or a place to eat before midnight Christmas Mass. Bobo’s brings their french country influence to a delicious curated prix fixe menu.

Not seeing what you’re looking for? Or finding yourself last minute dinner-less? Opentable and Resy have been a life-savior to see what’s available.